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2017 March of the Living Recap Second phase of construction expected to be underway Soles4Souls is here to help Logic expresses racial pride in TV shows continue to influence high schoolers
 

2017 March of the Living Recap

Ben Shofet, co-editor-in-chief Over the past two weeks, I alongside several other Beverly students took part in the 2017 March of the Living program (MOTL) with the Los Angeles Delegation. The trip was a total of two weeks. In the first week, as a group, we traveled to Warsaw, Krakow and Lublin, visiting numerous concentration […]

Second phase of construction expected to be underway

Ben Dahan news editor Keith Stone co-editor-in-chief Max Yera co-editor-in-chief With the first demolition-based stage of construction finished, the next phase, taking place on the first and second floor of the main building, as well as the K.L. Peters auditorium, is scheduled to resume after graduation. Currently the architectural plans for the actual construction phase […]

Soles4Souls is here to help

Isaiah Freedman staff writer For Service Learning’s latest project, big blue boxes with the logo Soles4Souls plastered on them have popped up around the school with the purpose of collecting shoes to be given to those who need them. The effort is spearheaded by Service Learning seniors Jonah Pourat and Jared Minami, who came up […]

Logic expresses racial pride in ‘Everybody’

AJ Wolken staff writer Logic, the 27 year old biracial rapper from Maryland, released his third official album, Everybody on Friday. The album is the best of his career, as he introduces creative beats and big names such as Khalid and J Cole to express that he is proud to be biracial. Logic’s previous two albums, […]

TV shows continue to influence high schoolers

Whether it be binge-watching a new Netflix series or anxiously awaiting for the latest episode of “Game of Thrones,” the way high schoolers watch television leaves massive imprints on culture. Multiple generation-defining shows have emerged from this era of television, leaving students facing both positive and negative impacts. The impact left on students lead to a variety […]

AP achievement should be reflected in grades

30 January 2017

Keith Stone co-editor-in-chief Students need to be rewarded for their hard work. If they are taking the hardest classes in high school (APs), they should get some benefit. There is one step that teachers can take to reward students for taking these challenging classes, and for studying incredibly hard for the AP test at the end […]

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Speech and debate team win at competition

26 January 2017

Jamie Kim news editor Six members of the speech and debate team competed at Narbonne High School on Jan. 21, with three competitors bringing back awards. Sophomores Dean Becker and William Lee won a bronze medal and a first place trophy, respectively, in the impromptu event, and junior Ben Dahan won a bronze medal in […]

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Mehraban’s three-pointer tops Crossroads in close game

25 January 2017

Isaiah Freedman senior sports consultant Boys varsity won the closest game of the season, beating Crossroads 50-47 thanks to a clutch three-point buzzer beater by guard Jason Mehraban. The narrative before the game centered on Ron Artest (son of Laker Metta World Peace) facing off against Shareef O’Nea (son of former NBA star Shaquille O’Neal)l, […]

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What to expect when being political on social media

25 January 2017

Veronica Pahomova co-editor-in-chief Social media. What once began as platforms for sending mass messages of funny cat videos have quickly evolved into outlets for political opinions. The election season has inevitably transformed these websites into harsh waves of political articles, Trump memes, social justice warfronts and everything in between. And though posting one’s perspective on […]

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Women’s March exhibits change

24 January 2017

Keith Stone co-editor-in-chief There is no question that the Women’s March of Jan. 21, 2017 was a game changer. Record turnouts for rallies across the country meant that over one in every 100 Americans came out to show their vehement opposition to many of the expected policies of the Donald Trump White House. Not only did […]

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Chargers move to LA yields no winners

23 January 2017

Isaiah Freedman senior sports consultant Boy, do circumstances change quickly. This time last year, Los Angeles, the second largest market in the country, did not have a football team. Fast forward a whole year and our city currently has two: the Rams and now the Chargers. With the Chargers announcing their move last week to […]

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MULTIMEDIA: Turf deterioration concerns athletic community

20 January 2017

Sam Bernstein staff writer Natasha Dardashti multimedia editor With concern coming from both staff and athletes, the turf on the Nickoll Field has been a subject of major discourse lately. The turf is over eight years old, and it has been up for debate with the Board of Education. While some say that the turf […]

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Beverly seniors need Naviance

20 January 2017

Sam Bernstein staff writer   College is important. Success with grades, extracurricular activities and sports will always help prospective students further their education. Some students care quite a bit about getting into top schools like Ivy Leagues; however with no backup options to these top schools, students end up hurting themselves in the long run. Students […]

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Girls varsity water polo falls to Torrance

20 January 2017

Lauren Hannani staff writer The girls varsity water polo team lost to the Torrance Tartars 3-13 in their third league game on Thursday, Jan. 19, giving Beverly an overall league record of 0-3. The Normans feel they need to work on defense for their upcoming games. “Today was not our best day regarding defense. We […]

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DECA wins big at regional competition in Anaheim

19 January 2017

Benjamin Shofet, co-editor-in-chief DECA attended its first competition of the year at the Wyndam Hotel in Anaheim, California, bringing home 33 medals in several different categories along with 12 trophies. Over 65 students attended the conference, making Beverly the largest school represented at the summit. DECA vice president Lana Schwartz placed first in her roleplay, […]

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